At HUB we recognize the importance of this kind of access to expertise and care that is close to home. This project represents a crucially important asset that is truly from the community and for the community.
Lancaster, PA (PRWEB) December 04, 2012
Hartman Underhill & Brubaker LLP (HUB) of Lancaster, Pa., will host a First Friday artist’s reception December 7 featuring Lancaster artist Kerry Sacco.
Sacco will donate five percent of sales to Lancaster General Health’s Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Institute, and HUB will match the donation. Earlier this year HUB pledged an additional donation over five years, as have 45 other Lancaster area businesses, together totally $1.2 million to date. The campaign (LGHealthCancerCampaign.org) is working to raise an additional $19 million in private funds, and $18.4 million has been raised to date.
About the Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Institute
The $44-million, two-story, 70,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility will be integrated with the Radiation Oncology Department at the LG Health Suburban Outpatient Pavilion, 2100 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster, and will access existing services, including the Suzanne H. Arnold Center for Breast Health. The Institute is scheduled to open in the early summer of 2013 and will provide advanced technology and integration of cancer care, bringing medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, surgeons, and other cancer specialists together in one centralized location with access to existing services. The Cancer Institute’s programs, services (including Survivorship & Supportive Services and an innovative Pastoral Care Residency program), resources, research and education will transform cancer care in the community.
Lancaster attorney, HUB partner, and breast cancer survivor Kim R. Smith serves on the fundraising campaign steering committee and chairs the communications subcommittee, and HUB partner Alex Henderson chairs Lancaster General Health’s board of trustees.
“We’ve all been touched by cancer within our work places, families, and broader communities,” said Smith, who served as guest speaker at the Institute’s groundbreaking ceremony in September 2011. “At HUB we recognize the importance of this kind of access to expertise and care that is close to home. This project represents a crucially important asset that is truly from the community and for the community,” Smith said.
About the artist’s reception
The First Friday artist’s reception, featuring the paintings of Lancaster artist Kerry Sacco, will take place Friday December 7 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the firm’s lobby and gallery spaces, where visitors can meet the artist and view the permanent collection of her work in addition to new works available for sale. Refreshments will be served. HUB is located at 221 East Chestnut Street in Downtown Lancaster adjacent to the Lancaster Museum of Art. Call (717)299-7254 or visit HUBlaw.com for more information.
About Hartman Underhill & Brubaker
Hartman Underhill & Brubaker LLP (HUB) is a full-service, Lancaster, Pa.-based law firm offering comprehensive services throughout Central Pennsylvania in the areas of business, land use, school and municipal, and litigation. Its practice groups include Business Services; Financial Services; Employment, Pension, and Tax; Estate Planning, Succession Planning, and Elder Law; Real Estate; Zoning and Land Use; School and Municipal Law; Litigation; and Family Law. Established in 1978, HUB has steadily expanded in size, expertise, and depth of experience while enhancing its position as one of the most well-respected and well-positioned law firms in Central Pennsylvania. The firm has offices in Downtown Lancaster and Ephrata, Pa.
HUB’s team of 18 attorneys includes partners Michael W. Babic, Thomas W. Bergen, Joshua D. Cohen, Robert M. Frankhouser, Jr., Kevin M. French, Alexander Henderson, III, William C. McCarty, Jeffrey P. Ouellet, Kim R. Smith, Mark Stanley (Managing Partner), and William J. Zee, III; associates Joseph B. Allen, Brandon S. Harter, Kaitlin R. McGinnis, David M. Walker, and Luke Weber; and attorneys of counsel Marylou Barton, Mark L. James, and Christopher S. Underhill.
For more information, visit HUBlaw.com.